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'''Harry Gannes''' (1900 – 1941), foreign editor of the ''Daily Worker'' during much of the 1930’s, was an American communist of national prominence."Red Editor Here Dies, Facing U.S. Charges," ''The New York Times'', January 7, 1941"Communist Dies: Federal court asked to drop action against Gannis [sic]" ''Buffalo Courier Express'', 7 January 1941
Birth date1900
Birth placeHull, England
Death date3 January 1941
Death placeNew York City
OccupationJournalist
SpousePearl Roth Gannes (third marriage)
Childrendaughter from second marriage, son (David) from third marriage
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